Reviewed by johnajda from San Mateo, CA on Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Nice colors available for a basic, sturdy T-shirt; I would consider this a good, basic T-shirt to wear for doing general house work and yard work, however ideally in combination with a moisture-wicking (base layer) shirt in warmer weather or if you're going to work up a sweat, to keep your skin dry.
i have bought a lot of these, here is the problem. the tag on the shirt is really small, and has been cut in 1/2 with scissors.. my olive shirt is 100% COTTON, and says "alstyle" in big letters. this might help.
Answered on 6/17/2014 6:39:44 AM by bill from folsom, ca
Ah-Oh . . . . . I truly can't tell you what colors are which blends. I do know that the T's are really soft, comfortable and wash very well. I've never had them shirk to the point they Looked Shrunk and they didn't fit. I've bought ALL my husbands T's from Sierra and never, ever, ever have any of them disappointed me/us. Go for it! If they don't meet your standards you can always recycle them at the local thrift store and someone will appreciate your kindness.
Answered on 6/17/2014 5:30:46 PM by Kairos from Pennsylvania
I got several gray ones in one order and they are all 100% cotton. I'm a heavy sweat-er here in Florida and I like the feel of 100% cotton when it is soaking wet - but not the heavy weight variety, gets too heavy.
Answered on 6/21/2014 10:29:33 AM by ResearchShopper from Florida
The white T shirts are 100% cotton.
Answered on 6/23/2014 10:59:49 PM by Docsarvis from Chicago
My shirts all came with a tag that was sewn in but the tag itself was split down the middle vertically. I'm thinking this is how they distinguish at the factory which shirts are "2nds". Either way the tag is very soft and can easily be pulled off the shirt by hand without causing any damage to the collar's stitching.
Also I can't quite tell what the brand of these shirts is but they have a bold "A" on the tag.
Answered on 1/13/2014 8:32:42 AM by Stupid Sexy Flanders from Austin
Yes, there is. I forgot how handy they were when getting dressed in the dark when you don't want to turn on a light to wake your spouse @ 4 AM.
Answered on 1/13/2014 10:22:38 AM by ResearchShopper from Florida